Nirvana’s Induction Into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame [Video]
You’ve probably seen some of the sketchy video that surfaced from Nirvana‘s April induction into the Rock and Roll of Fame. You may have even caught the 43-second clip HBO released last week of St. Vincent performing with the surviving members.
But the full thing — 38 minutes of video clips, speeches and performances — is now available for viewing. Check it out above.
It’s all here: Michael Stipe‘s impassioned induction speech. Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic’s acceptance speeches. Courtney Love hugging Grohl. Joan Jett playing ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit.’ Kim Gordon performing ‘Aneurysm.’ St. Vincent doing ‘Lithium.’ Lorde singing ‘All Apologies.’ Plus, there’s a big-ass photo of Kurt Cobain lingering over the proceedings.
HBO aired the entire induction ceremony — which also included tributes to new Rock Hall members Kiss, Peter Gabriel and Hall & Oates — over the weekend. But the Nirvana segment was the highlight, which producers obviously knew since they saved their induction and the big blowout for the end of the show.